Hope you all had a great weekend!
Today I wanted to do a mini review on a home decor magazine that I have been getting for quite some time. The magazine is called Flea Market Decor.
Flea Market Decor is one of those magazines that you can't put down once you pick it up. Every page is filled with inspiring homes, projects and a lot of up-cycled decor. What first attracted me to the magazine was its cover. I'm a girl who is all about pretty packaging and the front cover of this magazine never disappoints.
To give you a better idea of whats in the magazine I took this info from Flea Market Decor's about page:
Every issue and web page of Flea Market Décor overflows with clever ideas for your upcoming flea market trip or refurbishing project:
- Guides for finding and displaying hot collectible items
- Tours of our favorite flea markets, antique shops and well-styled homes
- Step-by-step instructions for upcycling vintage furniture
- Techniques for repurposing architectural salvage
- Savvy advice for discovering your flea market decorating style
The magazine does a great job of not only showing pure vintage inspired homes but showing homes that combine both modern and vintage. One of my favorites parts of the magazine is when they talk about collections or how to display your collections. Personally, I think once you have three of something its a collection (so I need all the help I can get when it comes to displaying my several collections) lol.
If you have ever read Romantic Homes, Victorian Homes, Well Styled Homes or Cottages & Bungalows then you will probably love this magazine. The reason why I say that is because the magazine itself is published by the same people.
The magazine is $9.99 and can be found in most stores. So, if you love recycling vintage pieces, vintage/flea market home decor or just fun out of the box projects then I would definitely check out this magazine. You can also find out more about Flea Market Decor by checking out there website.
Have any of you read Flea Market Decor?
*All opinions are my own and this post is not being sponsored by Flea Market Decor*